The Buffalo Bills have hired former Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady to be their next quarterback coach. Brady was fired by the Panthers under questionable circumstances when Head Coach Matt Rhule was in hot water near the end of the season. The Bills needed a new quarterback coach after promoting Ken Dorsey to be their new offensive coordinator. Their old offensive coordinator Brain Daboll became the new Head Coach for the New York Giants.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 2, 2022
— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) February 4, 2022
Joe Brady’s tenure as the offensive coordinator with the Carolina Panthers didn’t go exactly as he had hoped. The offensive mind gained NFL attention as the passing game coordinator for the LSU Tigers on their 2019 National Championship winning team. He helped LSU quarterback Joe Burrow unlock his true potential and helped oversee one of the best college football offenses ever. This move should help keep Josh Allen happy and productive on the Bills.
Joe Brady’s success in one season at LSU catapulted him into an OC job at age 30. After a disaster in Carolina, he takes a step back and gets a chance to work with Josh Allen. The NFL could be in for something special. https://t.co/VTRfT5Mfzz
— Matt Parrino (@MattParrino) February 3, 2022
The Bills have one ultimate goal heading into the 2022-23 season and that is to finally make and win a Super Bowl. They have come close twice now only to taste defeat against the Kansas City Cheifs. Josh Allen is poised and ready to win it all for the Bills.